Resilient Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl flooring is a newly introduced type of resilient flooring in the market. Rubber, plastic, PVC, linoleum are the existing artificial composite flooring materials and vinyl is the latest addition. Vinyl flooring, a synthetic flooring, is a cost-efficient substitute to natural flooring such as wood, concrete, ceramic and marble. Its resilience reduces impact of heavy objects by creating a cushion effect, thus preventing accidents from happening. Vinyl is extremely durable, resistant to scratches, dents and stains. Its water resistance also makes it ideal for damp places at home. Installing and cleaning is simple as well.

 

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Floover Catalogue (Loose Lay)

Rectangular Planks (228mm x 1220mm x 5mm) / (228mm x 1220mm x 4mm)

LL1011 Cement Grey
LL1011 Cement Grey
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LL1022 Misty Grey
LL1022 Misty Grey
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LL1033 Winter Pine
LL1033 Winter Pine
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LL1044 Grainy Oak
LL1044 Grainy Oak
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LL1055 Cream Pine
LL1055 Cream Pine
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LL1066 Scottish Oak
LL1066 Scottish Oak
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LL1077 Solid Concrete
LL1077 Solid Concrete
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LL1088 Belgium Oak
LL1088 Belgium Oak
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LL1099 Oak Tree
LL1099 Oak Tree
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Mini Loose Lay (610mm x 122mm x 5mm, wear layer 0.5mm)

MLL6011 Royce Oak
MLL6011 Royce Oak
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MLL6022 Lazio Olive
MLL6022 Lazio Olive
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Jumbo Square Tiles (914.4mm x 914.4mm x 4mm)

LL5011 Pearly Grey
LL5011 Pearly Grey
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LL5033 D'oro Marble
LL5033 D'oro Marble
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LL5088 Crystal Black
LL5088 Crystal Black
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Installation

Method 1 (For residential and light traffic):

The installation of vinyl flooring (loose lay) is simple and easy. Always make sure the subfloor surface is clean, completely dry, flat and free of cracks. Dirt on the surface will affect the performance of adhesive and may telegraph to the surface once installed. The level of humidity must comply with the values prescribed in current norms: as a general rule, a maximum of 2.5-3% for cementitious substrates and 0.5% for gypsum or anhydrite-based substrates. The vinyl tiles are then laid on the even subfloor plank by plank.

Method 2 (For commercial and heavy/severe traffic):

Spread adhesive on subfloor before laying the vinyl tiles. Using a non-permanent glue allows you to replace easily a single plank and easy access to the subfloor or raised floor. 

Installation

Method 1 (For residential and light traffic):

The installation of vinyl flooring (loose lay) is simple and easy. Always make sure the subfloor surface is clean, completely dry, flat and free of cracks. Dirt on the surface will affect the performance of adhesive and may telegraph to the surface once installed. The level of humidity must comply with the values prescribed in current norms: as a general rule, a maximum of 2.5-3% for cementitious substrates and 0.5% for gypsum or anhydrite-based substrates. The vinyl tiles are then laid on the even subfloor plank by plank.

Method 2 (For commercial and heavy/severe traffic):

Spread adhesive on subfloor before laying the vinyl tiles. Using a non-permanent glue allows you to replace easily a single plank and easy access to the subfloor or raised floor. 

Laying Patterns
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